Well, hello tomatoes!
I don't know if these are considered "heirloom" Cherry Roma Tomatoes. They have been living in the beans bed for 2 years now. The plant dies during winter with some rotten tomatoes, and more tomato plants appear next summer. This year the tomatoes formed earlier. Hopefully, this means more tomato fruits. The plants survived the over 100-degree temperatures, the monsoon, 70-mph winds, drought, and beetle pests. If you are looking for a tomato plant with greater chances of surviving harsh environments, looks like the Cherry Roma Tomato plant is a good option.